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Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

Thursday: Adoration & Confession 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Church of the Resurrection

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We are taking reservations for Easter Masses. Please fill the form out below to reserve your spot.

Easter Vigil Mass: 8:30 PM

Easter Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM

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Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am until 2:30 pm.

Closed Friday
Closed Holy Days and Holidays

Last Livestream Mass

Feb. 28th, 2021 - Second Sunday of Lent

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Mass Schedule
Sunday - 8:30 AM (Livestream) & 11 AM

Saturday Vigil - 5 PM

(Reservations required for weekend Masses. Please call the office to be put on the permanent list or to let us know you won't be coming.) 570-546-3900

Weekday Masses:
Monday - 9 AM
Tuesday - 7 PM
Wednesday - 7 PM
Thursday - 9 AM
Friday - 7 PM

Holy days - See Bulletin

Thursdays 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
(During Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament)

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Offertory Recovery

Dear Members and Friends of Resurrection,
I don’t have to tell you that this year has been one like no other! The coronavirus
pandemic has changed everything, including the way we worship and gather as a
community. But during times of trial such as these, Jesus Christ stands firm, and our
Church’s mission to love God and our neighbor has become even more essential. Now
more than ever, our parish is needed to help our communities move forward in faith,
hope & healing, and we can’t do this important work without your support.
Scripture tells us that “God is our refuge and our strength, an ever-present help in
distress.” (Ps 46:2). As we face the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, we stand
strong in faith knowing that Christ is with us. And yet there are so many who
do not know the Good News of Jesus Christ! There is no better time to share the
Gospel message with the world. With your help, our parish can continue to bring
the faith we love to others.
The prophet Isaiah counsels, “They that hope in the Lord will renew their strength”
(40:31). Our community has been through hardship, but we are a people of hope!
By assisting those in need through our many outreach programs, we extend that
hope to others. But the parish can’t do it alone. With your help, we can continue to
bring the hope we need to others.
Jesus Christ is the prince of peace — the one who can calm the stormy seas. As
his hands and feet, we are called to actively be Christ to one another as we embark
upon a new ministry of healing within our communities. With your help, we can
continue to bring the healing we crave to others.
With all of this in mind, I invite you to join our parish community by responding to
our Faith, Hope & Healing Program. I ask that you please review this brochure and
prayerfully consider how you and your family can help Resurrection by financially
supporting our ministries, furthering our mission, and reinforcing our future.
Thank you for your generosity, prayers, and commitment to Church of the Resurrection!

Yours in Christ,

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The Foot Washing of the Disciples and Jesus as the Suffering Servant in the Gospel of John: Some Insights from the Greek Text of John 13

One of the unique features of the Holy Thursday liturgy is the remembrance of Jesus’ act of washing the disciples’ feet. My favorite depiction of this scene has always been the one above by Ford Madox Brown. I think it really captures Peter’s extreme discomfort at having his feet washed by Jesus. I must confess […]

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“The Cross Is Not the Worst Death Possible”: Elizabeth Klein on Athanasius

My colleague at the Augustine Institute Graduate School, Elizabeth Klein, has an excellent piece up on why Jesus’ death was not the worst possible death. She draws on Philippians 2, Athanasius, and Thomas Aquinas. During this Holy Week, I encourage you to read it in full.

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SNEAK PEAK: Michael Gorman’s Preface for Paul, A New Covenant Jew: Rethinking Pauline Theology

Eerdmans has permitted us to offer a sneak peak of our new book on Paul. Here you can see the Table of Contents and the Foreword by Michael Gorman. We are so grateful for his generous contribution. You can find more information about the book on Eerdmans’ website: https://www.eerdmans.com/Mobile/Products/7376/paul-a-new-covenant-jew.aspx Here it is on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Paul-New-Covenant-Jew-Rethinking/dp/0802873766

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